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  • Blog Post: December devCouncils - NJ and NY

    Thanks to everyone who attended the devCouncil events in NJ & NY earlier this month. This was the second 'set' of devCouncil meetings to take place, focusing on two of the four pillars of the .NET Framework 3.0: Windows CardSpace and Windows Presentation Foundation. You can find the presentation...
  • Blog Post: Reminder: devCouncil NJ + NJ MS Dev 6 Year Birthday

    Just a reminder, tomorrow, Thursday, December 7th, is the first (of what I hope will be many) devCouncils that my team will be running in the Microsoft Iselin, NJ office. The devCouncil runs from 1pm to 5pm. If you haven't registered yet, you can find the registration link here . At the devCouncil...
  • Blog Post: Philly.NET All-Stars

    Thanks to everyone who came out to the Philly.NET "All-Stars" show in Malvern, Pa last week to celebrate the 5 th birthday of the group. What a fun night! Bill Wolff arranged for a panel of 8 most excellent speakers from the community to make for an interesting night. Each speaker got a 15-20 minute...
  • Blog Post: Has Hell Frozen over? Have Pigs Been Flying?

    For the past couple of weeks that I've been a delinquent blogger, it sure seems that way! I've seen things that I never thought I'd see, as well as things that I haven't seen in a long time. First off, in the category of things I haven't seen in a long time, MSFT ticked above the $30 dollar mark! This...
  • Blog Post: NJ Code Camp III Registration Now Open!

    Registration for the upcoming NJ Code Camp III is now open! NJ Code Camp III is just about a week away on Saturday November 18, 2006. Scott Watermasyk has been compiling a great list of speakers and sessions via his blog. Scott should be posting the session topics early next week. From what I have seen...
  • Blog Post: Announcing 'devStream' for Developers

    Today marks exactly one year since I've taken on the Developer Evangelist role at Microsoft here in New Jersey and New York. Since then, I've gotten to meet many wonderful folks in the area developer community via various user groups, code camps, and other events. People often ask me at those events...
  • Blog Post: .NET University

    My colleague Doug Turnure down in Atlanta came up with this cool idea. Check out .NET University for a great way to learn about .NET 3.0 for free. .NET University is a way for anyone to get to a set of overview courseware for each of the 4 new technologies associated with .NET 3.0, which is at RC1 as...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 3.0 RC1 is here

    Via Thom . Windows Vista RC1 arrived recently. This is a big milestone towards the final release of the next version of Windows. Now that RC1 of Vista is out, the corresponding release candidate for the .NET Framework 3.0 is here too for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. The Microsoft .NET Framework...
  • Blog Post: New .NET 2.0 migration PPT

    Last month, I wrote a post about migrating .NET 1.1 applications to .NET 2.0 . My colleague Doug Turnure put a handy little slide deck together based on the information in that post. I've updated the original post with a link to the slide deck. It should make a nice reference to keep around. Now that...
  • Blog Post: This just in: WinFx is now .NET Framework 3.0

    I've always assumed "WinFx" was just a codename for the new developer technologies coming in the Windows Vista release. Now that has been confirmed. WinFx will now officially be known as the .NET Framework 3.0 . You can read more about it at Somasegar's blog .
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